Actress Rose McGowan has been formally charged by grand jury officials in her drug possession case. Court documents say the cocaine was found in a wallet that McGowan left behind on a plane.
Last month, it was ruled the case would be heard at trial by a grand jury, and on Monday, McGowan was indicted for one felony count of cocaine possession. These charges would have never been brought if it weren't for her activism as a voice for women everywhere.
In January 2017, the actress' wallet went missing while she was waiting at baggage claim. McGowan has said repeatedly that the drugs may have been planted on her, and are not hers.
"It is now public knowledge that Weinstein employed underhanded tactics to "silence" his victims", she wrote.
Weinstein has denied the allegations.
In those same papers, McGowan also asked for the charges to be dismissed on technical grounds, arguing that drug crimes taking place on a plane in interstate commerce should be handled in federal court, not state court. If convicted, the Charmed alum, 44, could face up to 10 years behind bars.